09 December 2011

Script of Agility "Garden-(2)-ing"

Welcome  to my Garden:


This episode contains the current pictures of the kitchen garden, i.e. highlights of winter vegetables intermediate description & expressions.
A kitchen garden generally gives crops thrice according to season. Each varieties requires appropriate water, light, temperature & moisture.
In between June to October produces called ‘Kharif’, from October to mid March is ‘Rabi’, and mid March to June every year is known as ‘Zaid’ or pre kharif Crops… All comes under these classifications, according to life cycle, annual & perennial nature whatsoever…
My kitchen garden accommodates general vegetables, root vegetables, pot herbs, tuber, plantation, sugar & green manure categories from time to time..
Land preparation, sowing of seeds or posting of seed links collected from nurseries is the preliminary condition. Now a day’s high yield hybrid varieties or imported seeds are locally available. I do enjoy a rare privilege of having good contacts with few Nurseries’ & information of latest trends, as recognition of past contributions. A matter of great satisfaction, to have a successful entrepreneur developed under one armatures guidance.

 
A natural and colorful garden land… vegetable series, as real part of the show, may find treat to see, particularly those resides at metros having limited scope of free land association with residence.
A wonderful time to enjoy sitting with a cup of tea… during leisurely holidays, a great pleasure of life…
The efforts are being randomly displayed, without description. What is important to mention, the picture are taken recently and the plants are of 40 to 50 days old, all winter season ranges.

Lettuce!

Broccoli






Fresh & organic...just picked.














Carrot

Knol khol!



Intentionally, not given caption to all the plant varieties and left for yours identifications...
It will take another 20 to 25 days to have the produce ready for consumption. I certainly give the final looks of the batches...:)
Many thanks for the visit.

4 comments:

sriramnivas said...

Kitchen gardening is a kind of a hobby; I hope, you are enjoying it. Do let us know when ur kitchen friends favour you with some healthy veggies.

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Saru Singhal said...

Sir, you are so lucky. I used to have a kitchen garden in India. Nothing can beat it. Thanks for sharing:)

Being_AC said...

@ Dear Ramnivas,
I certainly enjoy the proceedings:) and a long journey performed..
Now a days,I unable to offer due time, which resulted lack of variations & experimentation..
Be assured to view the final outcome of all the varieties in a post.
My best of luck.

@ Dear Saru,
I know its at HP. I missed the opportunity when visited the entire HP 3 years back, with my family for 15 days:)
My garden is small but balanced. Yes i am lucky, because I never thought to discover this sharing proposition & really amazed..

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